MOVIE RELEASES FOR MARCH 1969

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Movie releases fifty years ago in the theaters- I saw The Love Bug in the theaters at the time and my eight year old self thought Buddy Hackett was the funniest man on the face of the earth.

THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE-  MARCH 2-A headstrong young teacher in a private school in 1930s Edinburgh ignores the curriculum and influences her impressionable 12 year old charges with her over-romanticized world view

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THE BIG BOUNCE- MARCH 5 -A Vietnam veteran and ex-con is persuaded by a shady woman to rob a $50,000 payroll account on a California produce farm. But who is playing who?

The Big Bounce Poster

THE ASSASSINATION BUREAU- MARCH 10-A woman causes a group of assassins to face their greatest challenge.

The Assassination Bureau Poster

THE LOVE BUG- MARCH 13-A race car driver becomes a champion with a Volkswagen Beetle with a mind of its own.

The Love Bug Poster

BEFORE WINTER COMES MARCH 20-After World War II, in an Austrian camp for displaced people, an interpreter mediates between the British and the Soviets regarding the fate of various refugees.

Before Winter Comes Poster

1000 RIFLES- MARCH 26-In 1912 Sonora, Mexico, native revolutionary Yaqui Joe robs a bank to buy arms for his oppressed people, but finds himself sought by an American lawman and the Mexican Army.

100 Rifles Poster

THE ILLUSTRATED MAN- MARCH 26-In 1930s, a psychotic drifter who’s after the mystery woman who covered his whole body in illustrations that foresee distant future shows three of them (The Veldt, The Long Rain and The Last Night of the World) to a mesmerized traveler.

The Illustrated Man Poster

SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL SHERIFF -MARCH 26-In the old west, a man becomes a Sheriff just for the pay, figuring he can decamp if things get tough. In the end, he uses ingenuity instead.

Support Your Local Sheriff! Poster

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6 responses to “MOVIE RELEASES FOR MARCH 1969

  1. Most of these don’t look familiar. I do remember Love Bug (Dean Jones was one of their staple actors in the Disney movies, I remember), Support Your… James Garner always the handsome good-natured guy that could take care of himself when he was put in a pinch. Illustrated Man. I remember being terrified by Rod Steiger, he looked so menacing to me as a kid. The stories were possibly scary? I also read the Bradbury book, but not sure if before or after the film. Good cinema and much better than a lot of modern day fare.

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